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Billboard Dance Chart Upstarts: Bode, Marc Stout, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

July 19th, 2019

Marc Stout feat. Jessica Sutta, "Our Song Comes On"

Las Vegas-based DJ Marc Stout surges to his first Billboard top 10, pushing 14-9 on Dance Club Songs with "Our Song Comes On," featuring former Pussycat Doll Jessica Sutta. Although Stout is a prolific remixer, "Song" serves as his first Billboardappearance as an artist. The track, a cover of Kristina Marie's 2012 original, which spent six weeks atop the Canada Emerging Artists list, was remixed by Kue, Ralphi Rosario and Erick Ibiza, and Tony Arzadon, among others.

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Dionne Warwick Storms Into The No. 1 Position on Billboard Breakout Songs

July 13th, 2019

One of the greatest interpretive performers of all time, Dionne Warwick, creates dance floor magic with the No. 1 Billboard Breakout Song this week! This special song was written by Luther Vandross and Denise Rich, and produced by Damon Elliott. Remixes were also done by Moto Blanco, DJ Kue, and Tracy Young.

Follow the link to the Moto Blanco remix down below.

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“Our Song Comes On” by Marc Stout feat. Jessica Sutta hits No. 9 on the Billboard Charts

July 13th, 2019

This week's No. 9* Billboard single comes from the imaginative DJ Marc Stout (The Chainsmokers, Rihanna) featuring the sexy chartreuse Jessica Sutta of The Pussycat Dolls. The alluring single written by pop masterminds, Billy Steinberg and Josh Alexander, charges forward into the Billboard Top Ten!

Remixes also from DJ Kue, Ralphi Rosario & Ibiza, and Tony Arzadon! Excited to release this musical magic.

Listen to the Ralphi Rosario & Ibiza remix! The link is in the comments below!

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Dionne Warwick makes her Dance/Club debut with the instant classic, “You Really Started Something”.

June 25th, 2019

Spanning a recording career that has lasted over 50 years, Dionne Warwick is poised to expand her humongous fanbase by taking up residency on the dance floor, via her new single, “You Really Started Something” (Dauman). The Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award-winning singer’s tune has been decorated with remixes from Kue, Moto Blanco, and Tracy Young. Produced by Damon Elliott and written by Luther Vandross and Denise Rich, Miss Warwick continues to combine incredible lyric phrasing, and vocal beauty to this fiery new track. She is the essence of Sophist-Pop!

“Back to Life” Storms into No. 1 on the Billboard Dance/Club Songs Charts

June 1st, 2019

After 10 weeks on the chart, thousands upon thousands of spins, Hilary Robert’s remake of the classic 80’s song “Back to Life”, takes its rightful spot on top. We’ve had so much support on this record, and a great team of remixers; Bimbo Jones, Kue, Tracey Young, and S2_C00L. We’re so grateful, and excited to be a vital part in this record. Cheers to this record and to the next! Time to celebrate!

Celebrate with us and click the link below to watch Hilary’s music video for “Back to Life”


Our Billboard Chart History

Dauman Music has been very fortunate through out all of the 2000’s, and has tallied up a great track record on the Billboard Dance/Club charts worthy of acknowledging. We’ve been fortunate to work with amazing artists, producers, and everyone else in-between to achieve these credits and positions.

2005

#6 - Stephanie Krise - “Tell It to the Moon”

2006

#19 - Lori Jenaire - “You Know How to Love Me”

#23 - Henri - “When You Walk Away”

#41 - Esza Kaye - “Walking Down Madison”

2007

#1 - Henri - “Some Girls”

#29 - Lenna - “Evenly”

#19 - Tiffany - “Higher”

#29 - DJ Scotty K feat. Knockhopper - “Goodnight Tonight”

#26 - Henri - “Push the Button”

2008

#35 - Lenna - “I Can Hear the Money”

#31 - Jenn Fredrick - “I Should Have Been Blonde”

#43 - Lenna - “Ell Est Tres LA”

#28 - Tiffany - “Just Another Day

#20 - Erin Stevenson - “Sweat”

2009

#40 - Carmen Perez - “Emergency”

#21 - Frenchie Davis & TR - “Give Me Tonight”

#36 - America Olivo - “Deja Vu”

#28 - Henri - “I Wanna Be Your Baby”

2010

#40 - Carmen Perez - “Overload”

#37 - Jackie Siebert - “Blackout in Wonderland”

#24 - Snoop Dogg feat. George Hodos - “Just a Man”

#28 - Margo - “Habit”

2011

#22 - Dionne Mitchel - “I Love Music”

#35 - Margo - “Get Back”

2012

#23 - Hayla - “I’m Free”

#40 - Amy Weber - “Let It Rain”

#27 - Frankie - “Alright”

#18 - Korr-A - “Firecracka”

2013

#7 - Ralphi Rosario & Frankie - “Forever”

#39 - Amy Weber feat. Sean Kingston - “Dance of Life”

#10 - Veronica Jensen - “Indestructible”

2014

#25 - Pris Maverick - “What’s Done, Is Done”

#23 - Ashley J - “One and One”

2015

#22 - Brianna Rubio feat. Fat Joe - “Fly Alone”

#16 - Cheyenne Elliot - “With You”

#10 - Ralphi Rosario feat. Ashley J - “Cali”

#11 - Brianna Rubio - “More Than a Feeling”

#23 - Degrazio - “Shockwaves”

2016

#3 - Athena - “Lithium”

#22 - Natty Rico feat. Melissa Molinaro, Frankie J, & D. One - “Frozen”

#12 - Nikki Lund - “Love Overdose”

#33 - D’Lannie - “When It All Falls Apart”

#18 - Christine Saade & Twisted Dee - “Get Together”

2017

#9 - Kendra Ericka - “Oasis”

#30 - Taja Sevelle - “Little Diva”

#34 - Majesty - “Living in the Moonlight”

#6 - Kendra Ericka - “Under My Skin”

#29 - Dena Ordway - “Living For Tonight”

#9 - Emily Perry - “Boom”

#27 - Olga - “Dark Day”

#25 - Raphael - “With Every Beat of My Heart”

2018

#15 - Gerina feat. Nomad - “Remedy”

#17 - Kendra Ericka - “Sublime”

#1 - The Perry Twins feat. Harper Starling - “Euphoria”

#13 - Emily Perry - “Walking in Silence”

#29 - Dave Allen feat. Arianny Celeste - “Body Up”

#10 - Hilary Roberts - “There for You”

#5 - Sted-E & Hybrid Heights feat. Mimi - “Miss Me”

#9 - Emily Perry - “Summer On Lock”

#30 - Dan DeLeon & Anthony Griego feat. Kris Kollins - “Hydrolove (Take Me To LA)”

#1 - Kendra Erika - “Self Control”

#35 - Harper Starling feat. The Perry Twins - “One Call Away”

2019

#3 - Brianna Rubio & Tyga - “Turn Me Up”

#16 - Harper Starling - “Boy Problems”

#33 - Kea - “Wet”

#23 - Chris Erasmus - “Fires”

#1 - Hilary Roberts - “Back to Life”

#9* - Marc Stout feat. Jessica Sutta - “Our Song Comes On”

#30* - Kendra Erika - “A Deeper Love”


About

 

Nearly three decades into his multi-faceted career as a record executive, song placer, music supervisor music publisher, marketing and promotion expert, and Founder and CEO of the thriving indie pop/dance label Dauman Music, Jason Dauman is still breaking fresh ground, scoring hits with both legendary superstars and cultivating the careers of promising new artists. Since its founding in 2005, Dauman Music – which inked its worldwide distribution deal with Republic/Motown/Universal Music Group in 2007 – has been a nonstop force on the Billboard Dance charts, with over 100 hit singles during the past ten years and dozens of Music Week Pop Chart hits.

Last year, aside from dominating the dance charts, Dauman Music impacted the jazz and pop markets in monumental ways. Early in 2017, the label partnered with L&L Music to lead the promotional campaign for Jazz singer and Vegas headliner, Clint Holmes’s newest album “Rendezvous,” produced by multiple Grammy award winner Gregg Field. Featuring legendary artists such as Jane Monheit, Ledisi, Dave Koz, DeeDee Bridgewater and The Count Basie Orchestra, the album was a constant chart success throughout its campaign life which culminated in its nomination for two 2018 Grammy awards, as well as various TV interviews with Tavis Smiley and radio coverage with iHeartRadio and Sirius XM’s Sinatra Broadway and Jazz channels. Also during 2017, Dauman Music had a top 25 Billboard Pop Radio Indicator chart hit with Texas band, Mayberry’s smooth and energetic “Playing With Fire.” Dauman Music’s efforts helped this band achieve a top 30 Billboard radio indicator chart hit.

In the few years prior, Dauman Music has worked with an exciting array of performers and songwriters from a wide variety of genres. Included on their dynamic roster are legendary artists Melissa Manchester, Al Jarreau and Snoop Dogg; classic pop songwriters Siedah Garrett (“Man in the Mirror”) and Makeba Riddick (Rihanna, Beyonce); and pop veterans Sean Kingston, Frankie J, Jeff Timmons (98 Degrees), Fat Joe, Taylor Dayne and Tiffany. The label also has upstart artists Cheyenne Elliot, granddaughter of Dionne Warwick and cousin of Whitney Houston. Dauman worked on the Cheyenne project with onetime Producer of the Year Grammy winner Narada Michael Walden.

After making his initial inroads into the industry as host of the popular cable celebrity talk show “The Sound Factory” and Hollywood Goes to a Party” Dauman’s guest included Jane Fonda, Raquel Welch, Lionel Richie, Regis Philbin, Michael Eisner, Marie Osmond, George Hamilton, among others. Dauman launched his career in the unique, specialized field of song placing. Working independently and later for Universal Music Publishing, he represented a vast array of entertainment personalities and developed his keen abilities to perfectly match artist and songwriters. Over the years, Dauman’s “A-list” clients included U2, Bruce Springsteen, Burt Bacharach, Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly, Garth Brooks, Glen Ballard Tom Kelly, Rick Nowles, John Wesley Harding, and Maria McKee, The Jackie Boyz, Makeba Riddick, Oscar-nominated songwriter Allan Rich and Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn (“Jekyll & Hyde,” “The Scarlet Pumpernickel”).

Dauman’s first high profile “match” was placing Diane Warren and Albert Hammond’s “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” with Starship, and his early successes included “Don’t Turn Around” for Ace of Base; the Garth Brooks tune “If Tomorrow Never Comes” (later recorded by Barry Manilow); Allan Rich and Jud Friedman’s “I Don’t Have The Heart,” a #1 pop hit by James Ingram (at one time the longest-running adult contemporary single in Billboard A/C chart history); and Billy Steinberg/Tom Kelly’s anthem “I’ll Stand By You,” a co-write with Chrissie Hynde that endures as one of The Pretenders’ biggest hits which has since been recorded by Girls Aloud, Rod Stewart, Shakira, Carrie Underwood, Shirley Bassey, Patti Labelle among others.

Since segueing from the song plugging and publishing worlds into launching and running his own thriving label, Dauman has developed strong passions for the multitude of “hats” he wears. More than simply the visionary executive driving Dauman Music up the charts, the New York and L.A. raised industry veteran has enjoyed all hands-on aspects of making things happen, from working with producers and remixers, video production, promotion, public relations and social media to product placement and licensing.

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JASON DAUMAN

PRESIDENT & CEO

Dauman Music’s first release, “Tell it to the Moon,” became one of the Top-10 most played songs of the year on XM Satellite Radio’s BPM Charts. With seven chart singles in 2008, the company topped such labels as Warner (six), Jive (six) and Columbia (six) on the Hot Dance/Club play imprint category. In a rather consistent basis, Dauman was able to place three different songs in the Billboard Top 50 Club Charts on the same week, representing six percent of the Billboard Dance Chart hits.

Building upon those powerful foundations and continuing to delight club-goers while breaking intriguing new artists, Dauman Music has achieved numerous breakthroughs including Top 10 Billboard hits Kendra Erika, Emily Perry, Frankie, Veronica Jensen, Henri, Ralphi Rosario, Ashley J, Athena, Carmen Perez among many others. Other major Billboard hits include Tiffany, Snoop Dogg and George Hodos, Frankie J and Melissa Molinaro, Melissa Manchester, Al Jarreau, Jeff Timmons of 98°, Arianny Celeste and Dave Allen, Gerina and Nomad, Amy Weber and Sean Kingston, Taja Sevelle, Raphael, Olga, Korr-A, Joanna Krupa among many others.

“I grew up enjoying a wide variety of up-tempo music, so it was only natural after working strictly in pop music for many years that I would run a label devoted to electronic dance music and dance-oriented pop,” says Dauman. “When I first launched Dauman Music, the genre was an underdog, looked down upon by the industry, like an unwanted musical child. I devoted my energies to rallying behind it. I’m glad to say it’s not only no longer the underdog, but it’s everywhere, more popular than ever and still growing. It’s been a pleasure witnessing the growth of electronic music.”

“While I have always gravitated towards strong melodies and production, for me, powerful, emotional lyrics are at a premium,” he adds. “Beyond great material, I’ve found that the most successful artists are the ones who bring the perfect mix of ambition and vision into their artistry. I’m as excited and committed as ever to bringing great artists and performers to the dance/EDM Jazz and Commercial Pop market.”


 

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To get in contact with Dauman Music, please send an email to daumanmusic@yahoo.com. We will get back to you within two business days. Thank you!